Dr. Neil Berman

Top Professional of 2018: Hall of Fame Retiree

An almnus of the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Berman achieved his masters of science and his philosophy doctorate. Specializing in chemical engineering, Dr. Berman has contributed heavily to his field. His research findings have been reported to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Gas Research Insititue, the Univeristy of Texas – El Paso, and the University of Arizona.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Berman has been published numerous times, most notably Particle Adhesion and Removal in Post-CMP Cleaning with Stephen Deaudoin, PM-10 Air Quality in Noagles with Don Lamar Boyer, Anthony J Brazel, Veronica Ann Burrows and H.J. S Fernando, Heat Transfer Additives for Absorption Cooling System Fluids with Dean Byard Wood, Characterization of Ambient Particulate Matter in the Paso Del Norte Region with H.J.S. Fernando andJames R. Anderson, and Turbulent Flow Mod in Non-Homogeneous Drag Reduction. Dr. Berman also served as part of the faculty of Arizona State University, retiring as a Professor Emeritus. Dr. Berman is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), a professional organization for chemical and mechanical engineers.